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Omkar Reddy
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11 votes
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One should love everyone's wife. Is it right grammatically?

9 votes
2 answers
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How to use article 'the' with conjunction?

8 votes
4 answers
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Idiom for "you can't undo the effects of having said something"

6 votes
2 answers
840 views

Past perfect and Past perfect continuous

4 votes
3 answers
27k views

What is the meaning of "x places away from"?

3 votes
1 answer
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Changing reported speech into direct speech

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971 views

Usage of "very" in passive constructions

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1 answer
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Please explain the difference between these two sentences to me?

2 votes
1 answer
897 views

Please anyone explain what is the difference between English and The English language?

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2 answers
84k views

Is it correct to say "no need of thanks"?

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1 answer
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Usage of "will" twice in a sentence

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Meaning of "soul-sapping"

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Can I use "has have had" together in a sentence?

2 votes
2 answers
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"A little is known ..." or "Little is known..."?

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If my father had a day off, "we always went/would go" to see my grandfather

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3 answers
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How to use "verb" with "who"?

1 vote
1 answer
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Meaning of "his footwork ginger and smile smug"

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2 answers
382 views

Could you please explain how to use "preposition+ gerund" in a sentence?

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0 answers
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Please explain how to use "only" in this sentence [duplicate]

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2 answers
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What is the difference between "in time" and "on time"? [duplicate]

1 vote
2 answers
856 views

"Who" or "whom" in this relative clause [duplicate]

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1 answer
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Is it "he" or "him" in the sentence?

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2 answers
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What is difference between 'going to' and 'about to' in the given sentences? [duplicate]

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1 answer
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What is the meaning of "All Police men are not honest"?

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3 answers
472 views

Difference between "abolish" and "rescind"

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1 answer
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Which is correct? Your or their?

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A single word for "not enrolled"